Hazel Court


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Hazel Court

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Masque Of The Red Death, The (1964) - Demon Lover Being conducted away from chambers where her captive father and brother are being tortured, hostage Francesca (Jane Asher) tries to keep up with proud devil worshipper Prospero (Vincent Price), while his incumbent lover Juliana (Hazel Court) works to enhance her own credentials, in Roger Corman’s Masque Of The Red Death, 1964.
Masque Of The Red Death, The (1964) - I Will Do What I Must Snatched from her people by the leering Prince Prospero (Vincent Price) who aims to make her choose whether he’ll kill her father or her lover, ravishing peasant Francesca (Jane Asher, Paul McCartney’s girlfriend at the time) holds her own with her captor and his paramour (Hazel Court), in Roger Corman’s Masque Of The Red Death, 1964, from the Poe story.
Curse Of Frankenstein, The (1957) - Greatest Brain In Europe Professor Bernstein (Paul Hardtmuth) is wise and charming, not suspecting his fate, visiting Frankenstein (Peter Cushing) fiancee Elizabeth (Hazel Court) and aide Paul (Robert Urquhart), in Hammer Films' The Curse Of Frankenstein, 1957.
Raven, The (1963) - Raspberry Jam Mad scientist Bedlo (Peter Lorre) rudely insisting on a magic duel with host Scarabus (Boris Karloff) despite his own son Rexford (Jack Nicholson), Dr. Craven (Vincent Price) and daughter Lenore (Hazel Court) objecting, in Roger Corman's The Raven, 1963.
Raven, The (1963) - About Your Coachman... The coachman has gone bonkers but recovered, Rexford (Jack Nicholson) replacing him, escorting his father Bedlo (Peter Lorre), fellow scientist Craven (Vincent Price) and especially his daughter Lenore (Hazel Court), in Roger Corman's comic (?) The Raven, 1963.

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Don Taylor
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